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Water may be shut off at complex because of delinquent bills

Water may be shut off at complex because of delinquent bills



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Water could be cut off by the end of the week if one Ogden condo owner doesn't pay the delinquent bills.

There are 34 units here the Edgemont Townhouse on 1565 E. 775 South.

Craig Frisbee, Ogden's water utility manager, told the Standard Examiner that an individual believed to be the manager of the complex ignored the city's request to resolve the delinquent water charges. The amount of the water bill and how long the bills have been delinquent have not been released.

According to several residents of the Edgemont Townhouse, they pay $75 a month to a homeowners association for water and maintenance. Now, many are wondering where their money went.

One woman broke down and cried, worried about losing water. She said, "I'm just frustrated about this whole case right now. I am not the only one."

She said she doesn't know what will happen but is preparing. She says, "[I'm] just filing up my tub and everything that I can here."

The city is working with the owners to help them make payments and keep the water running.

(The Standard Examiner contributed to this story.)

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Tom Callan

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